It is competing in the special “Youth empowerment for cooperation across border - 30 years of Interreg” category.
Commissioner for Cohesion and Reforms, Elisa Ferreira, commented: “This year we have received the highest number of RegioStars applications ever - 206. This shows the growing value of this competition which puts EU cohesion policy best practices in the spotlight and rewards committed project beneficiaries for their excellent implementation of EU funding on the ground.”
You can still vote for your favourite project until 15 September.
The category winners and the winner of the Public Choice Award will be announced on 14 October 2020 during the European Week of Regions and Cities in Brussels.
We also want to congratulate all the projects we nominated this year. They work hard every day to demonstrate the value of interregional cooperation and cohesion. Well done!
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